PATCHY FOG, STANDING WATER FREEZES – AGAIN.
From StormCenter 2 Meteorologist Brad Spakowitz:
Patchy fog is expected again tonight. Also temperatures will drop below freezing, so any fog could freeze on contact. Additionally, all of the standing water will freeze – BOTTOM LINE: Untreated surfaces will again become icy. After some patchy morning fog, some sun will return Thursday with mild Highs around 40°. Later Thursday Night and into Friday another round of rain and some freezing rain will be possible. More rain and/or mix will fall at times over the weekend.
THURSDAY: SW-S 5-15 MPH
FRIDAY: NE 5-15 MPH
STORMCENTER 2 FORECAST
A fair evening, then late fog overnight. Icy spots possible.
Patchy fog and clouds early, then some sun. Mild with some melting. Later at night, rain and/or freezing rain.
Light rain… May be light freezing rain (icy) early.
Mostly cloudy and mild. Few Scattered showers.
Mostly cloudy and mild. Scattered showers.
Scattered showers. A light wintry mix is possible late, or at night.
HIGH: 39, falling late
Plenty of clouds again. Later at night, snow possible.
Rain or a mix.
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